suomi-englanti sanakirja

divine englannista suomeksi

  1. jumalan-, pyhä

  2. etsiä taikavarvulla, etsiä vettä varvun avulla

  3. yli-inhimillinen, jumalan, ylimaallinen

  4. taivainen, jumalainen

  5. jumaluusoppinut, pappi

  6. ennustaa, nähdä ennakolta, arvata, aavistaa

  7. jumalallinen, taivaallinen

  8. kaitselmuksen

  1. taivaallinen, jumalallinen, taivainen

  2. ylimaallinen, pyhä

  3. yli-inhimillinen, jumalainen

  4. jumalainen, taivaallinen

  5. teologi, jumaluusoppinut

  6. ennustaa, nähdä tulevaisuuteen">nähdä tulevaisuuteen

  7. arvata, aavistaa

  8. etsiä vettä varvun avulla">etsiä vettä varvun avulla

  9. Verbi

divine englanniksi

  1. Divine

  1. Of or pertaining to a god.

  2. Eternal, holy, or otherwise godlike.

  3. Of superhuman or surpassing excellence.

  4. Beautiful, heavenly.

  5. Foreboding; prescient.

  6. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  7. immortal; elect or saved after death

  8. (RQ:Shakespeare Richard 2)

  9. 1632, (w), ''The Iron Age, Part 2'':

  10. (Of that at leaſure) but the bloody ſtageOn which to act, Generall this night is thine,Thou lyeſt downe mortall, who muſt riſe diuine.
  11. (quote-book)

  12. Relating to divinity or theology.

  13. (RQ:South Twelve Sermons)

  14. One skilled in divinity; a theologian.

  15. (RQ:Denham The Progress of Learnin)

  16. Poets were the first divines.
  17. A minister of the gospel; a priest; a clergyman.

  18. December 22, 1820, John Woodbridge, ''Sermon preached in Hadley in commemoration of the landing our fathers at Plymouth''

  19. The first divines of New England (..) were surpassed by none in extensive erudition.
  20. God or a god, particularly in its aspect as a transcendental concept.

  21. To foretell (something), especially by the use of divination.

  22. (RQ:Bancroft US)

  23. a sagacity which divined the evil designs
  24. *(RQ:Shakespeare Richard 2) divine his downfall?

  25. To guess or discover (something) through intuition or insight.

  26. 1874, Thomson (B. V.)|James Thomson, ''of Dreadful Night|The City of Dreadful Night''

  27. no secret can be toldTo any who divined it not before
  28. 1919, Somerset Maugham|W. Somerset Maugham, ''Moon and Sixpence|The Moon and Sixpence'', Moon and Sixpence/Chapter XLIII|chapter 43

  29. If in the loneliness of his studio he wrestled desperately with the Angel of the Lord he never allowed a soul to divine his anguish.
  30. 2005, Plato, ''Sophist''. Translation by Lesley Brown. pagination|250c.

  31. I suppose that we truly are divining that what is is some third thing when we say that change and stability are.
  32. To search for (underground objects or water) using a rod.

  33. To render divine; to deify.

  34. (RQ:Spenser Daphnaid)

  35. Living on earth like angel new divined.
  36. (feminine singular of)

  37. (feminine plural of)

  38. prophetically, by divine inspiration

  39. divinely, admirably

  40. (es-verb form of)